Ethereum and Cardano set record for developer activity in 2022
Cardano and Ethereum have always been in contention and contention.
There appears to be a figure compiling them despite their disagreement of a record in terms of developer activity in 2022.
After the conversion of ethereum to the quota mechanism, the developers were not discouraged from continuing their development efforts.
Both Cardano and Ethereum recorded high developer activity averaging 150 and 220 daily developers throughout the year.
According to DappRadar’s latest report, Ethereum experienced a 9.37% decline in active developers, but nevertheless managed to retain its dominance.
Cardano’s developer population was down 26.47% from the previous year.
Developer activity refers to the health and growth of the blockchain.
As the DappRadar report explained, the scale gives insight into the level of interest and engagement by developers which is crucial to the development of new features, increased security, network effects, innovation, and therefore more adoption.
Regardless of Ethereum and Cardano, Polkadot, Kusama and Cosmos were able to arrive and enter the top five positions.
Meanwhile, Solana and Internet Computer (ICP) saw the largest increase in active developers in 2022, compared to the previous year, these networks rose by 1320% and 1050% respectively.
The report also stated that Solana looks promising in terms of development activity despite being most affected by the decline caused by FTX.